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SAXS 2D > 1D data reduction software, wrapper for Fit2D

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The project's repository has moved to github. Please use the repository at

https://github.com/Niels-Bohr-Institute-XNS-StructBiophys/fit2dcorr

for the new updated versions. The old version is kept at sourceforge.



Keywords:
fit2d
SAXS
azimuthal averaging
batch processing
absolute units (exposure time, transmission, sample thickness)
error bars
C++
Unix
OpenMP

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-08-30

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